Ambulance & Emergency Vehicle Exports

UK Vehicle Exporters provide specialists design and manufacture all types of vehicles ranging from front line Accident and Emergency vehicles to small minibus conversions.

We work with some of the most technically capable and advanced specialist vehicle convertors in Europe, and bring together an unrivalled team of designers, engineers, production specialists, business managers and dedicated and skilled workforce to ensure a seamless process for you to have the vehicles of your choice and specification. We ensure that the vehicles are built to the highest standards, on time and on budget together with a superb aftercare and ongoing support following the shipping and exporting of your vehicles. We specialise in shipping and export of Emergency Vehicle Conversions, including Police, Ambulance, Fire & Rescue Vehicle Conversions and work with a variety of international clients.

Given our connections and network of experts in the field of accident and emergency conversions, this allows us the opportunity to offer you technical development and engineering teams to achieve almost anything for the end user. We are able to arrange and design on any base chassis and our engineering team dialogue with the OEMs technical departments to ensure all works do not interfere with base chassis warranty parameters and more importantly affect the passive safety systems.

As well as Shipping and Export (Vehicle Conversion services), we also offer a range of engineering services including design and manufacturing of specialist equipment mounts, and bespoke electrical looms, Supply and installation of vehicle racking, and an onsiteinstallation service for equipment such as Telematics, Vehicle Tracking, CCTV & Comms, with the ability to offer this service internationally.

Ambulance equipment and supplies we can provide


used to stabilise a heart undergoing cardiac arrest or to revive a crashing patient and provides shocks where needed.


Electrocardiogram (ECG) Monitor

keeps track of the vital signs of the patient transported.
Spinal board  

provides a system of immobilisation and transportation of the patient with suspected spine trauma. The spinal board permits the first responders to lift the patient during extrication or transportation in difficult conditions.

Automatic Transport Ventilators  

piece of equipment meant to take the place of bagging (manual ventilation) when a patient who cannot breathe independently is being moved to a hospital.

Suction Unit  

used when the patient is bleeding internally and needs the building pressure on vital organs to be relieved. It is also used to remove fluids that have collected inside the body or the mouth and in situations that need an emergency procedure.


Infusion Syringe Pumps


used to either infuse or withdraw liquid into or from the patient’s body, at a defined flow rate with controlled target volumes.


of great use when the patient is located on a higher floor of a building, cannot move, or may worsen their condition with movement.


Patient Shifting Rolls


important if patient is not a traumatic one but is not able to move with their own legs.

Lifting cushion and pump
Used to lift patients off the floor


Child stretcher straps  

for lifting of children, and come in various sizes depending on age of


Ambulance chair  

the most used transport device from the patient home to the back of an ambulance is the ambulance chair.


A nebuliser is meant to vaporise liquid medication into a mist so that the patient can inhale it on the way to the hospital. This is used when medicine has to be administered critically to the patient for immediate relief.

Oxygen Supply Units  

can be used in fire survivors, patients with breathing difficulties such as asthma or to revive a collapsed patient. These include:


·         Oxygen Cylinder – used to replenish low oxygen levels

·         Oxygen Masks – different sizes for different volumes of oxygen

·         Nasal Oxygen Masks – provides low oxygen flow through nose


for measuring blood pressure. It consists in an inflatable rubber cuff which is applied to the arm and connected to a spring in a mechanical manometer, next to a graduated scale, enabling the determination of systolic and diastolic blood pressure by increasing and gradually releasing the pressure in the cuff.

Drugs Administration kit for drilling into bones to give drugs


OTHER Available options / equipment  

·         Auxiliary batteries and battery management systems

·         Stretchers and restraint systems

·         Lowerable suspension

·         Stretcher lifts

Immobilisation Splints  

Wrapped around broken arm or leg for protection. Splints have different shapes and measures so that they can adapt at best to the fractured or sprained joints.

Maternity Kit  

Contains pads, sheets and umbilical cord scissors

Still water Unit  

for when patients are taking tablets

Absorbent Powder  

Makes vomit and urine solid to prevent spillage

Tympanic thermometer  

placed in ear to monitor body temperature


Blood Glucose Test Kit

displays blood glucose levels particularly for patients with diabetes


Helps to keep patient’s airway open

I-Gel Airway Device

Keeps the patient’s airway open

Burns Kit

Bandages and gels for patients with burns

Neck brace

Protects and supports patient’s neck

Pelvic Brace

Stabilises a broken pelvis ready to transport patient


Restricts the flow of blood in the veins and arteries for injection

Nasal Clips

to slow or stop nose bleeds


to shave chest hair to allow defibrillator pads to stick to chest

Defibrillator pads

Provides shock to restart patient’s heart

Bandages and Pads

to protect wounds and prevent blood loss

Micropore tape

Secures bandages and pads


needle inserted to vein to administer drugs

Intravenous (IV) set

Used to give drugs or fluid to a patient



to administer medication and fluids


Saline Solution

Saltwater to clean wounds

Any Other Supplies

Including Vomit bowls, Urine bowl (for men), Antibacterial wipes etc

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